24, Clarkehouse Road, Broomhill, S10
£750,000 (Guide price)
- Five bedrooms
- Three bathrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Converted basement
- Cinema/TV room
- Laundry/Utility room
- EPC Rating D
- Off road parking
- Brick built outbuildings
- Enclosed private gardens
GUIDE PRICE £750,000 - £775,000
This strikingly attractive five double bedroom, stone built detached Victorian home is located within the highly sought after Broomhill Conservation area of Sheffield S10. Beautifully presented throughout the property which dates back to circa 1895 has pleasingly retained many original features which have been seamlessly blended together with modern fixtures and fittings. The property was subject of a sympathetic renovation in 2014 and has since been further improved by the current owners by way of a new kitchen, new en suite bathroom and a basement conversion. On the ground floor the accommodation includes a porch which leads into an impressive entrance hall, a bay windowed living room that has a feature fireplace, a study, a cloakroom/WC and a dining room that has double doors leading to a fabulous kitchen. The kitchen has a range of shaker style units with granite worktops and integrated appliances which includes a fridge freezer, electric oven, microwave combi-oven, plate warming drawer, gas hob and a dishwasher. Stairs from the entrance hall lead down to the converted basement which has a large laundry room and a TV/Cinema room. On the first floor there is a master bedroom that has a feature fireplace and leads through to a dressing room before reaching a stunning en suite bathroom that has a white suite with a roll top freestanding bath, twin wash hand basin and a large shower enclosure. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom that again has a white suite with a separate shower enclosure. On the second floor there is a shower room and two superb sized bedrooms that each have dual aspect windows and one having a dressing room and fitted cupboards.
Outside there are gardens which wrap around the property with paved terraces, planting beds, artificial grass and a substantial brick built outbuilding/garage which could have a variety of uses. There is also off road parking for several cars accessed from College Street. An early internal viewing is highly recommended to avoid any disappointment.
Clarkehouse Road runs from Glossop Road along to Brocco Bank, number 24 is situated on the corner of College Street adjacent to King Edward's swimming pool and opposite the top of Park Lane. The property is conveniently placed for access to the numerous hospital and University sites including The Royal Hallamshire hospital and The Children's Hospital making this attractive to those with an academic or medical background. Excellent state and private schools are found nearby including Birkdale, Sheffield High and King Edwards. The very desirable and fashionable area of Broomhill benefits from excellent amenities with popular pubs alongside numerous catering establishments and local shopping. The city centre can be approached via a short walk along Glossop Road, across Upper Hanover Street to West Street. However a short drive along Glossop Road (the A57 Manchester road) leads you out to the beautiful surrounding countryside just past Crosspool. Additionally Ecclesall Road with a wide variety of shops, cafés and pubs is a short distance away.
EPC Rating D
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